6 NOVEMBER 1942, Page 21


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2. A supporter of harmony. 6. Wherein should one look-out for great expectations? to. A frank appearance, perhaps. (4, 3.) Source of music in a rum boat. 12. Rough bellowing may be seen, if not heard, here. 14. The news we all want.

15. Study the island, it's definite. 12. This seems even more dangerous than to throw stones.

19. The personnel of the Fleet used to he. (2, 4.) 22. Its bark if worse than its bite, so to streak. (5, 9.) 24. The opposite of innings?

25. "Jewels five-words-long that on the stretched forefinger of - - sparkle for ever." (Tennyson.) (3, 4.) 26. It's definitely in America. 22. Captain and vessel.


z."The - has a face like the clock in the hall." (Stevenson.)

2. See me on the street.

3. Flis cricket was the fireside sort. (7, 7.) 4. Its power is often behind it.

5. Captain Cuttle must have had a full one.

7. Deliver for Musso.

8. Spent charm in getting documents.

9. Rosy contribution to the support of the United Nations. (8, 6.

13. For the coal-merchant's accounts? (5, 5.) 16. It seems a solid, if decorative, part of the Pacific. (5, 3.) III. Hatter's not mad, only confused.

2o. "I thought upon one pair of - legs Did march three Frenchmen." (Shakespeare.) (7.) 21. Narrow.

23. He seems to have got into Parlia- ment. (Must have known the ropes!)